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Welcome to Amy Delman PR

Amy Wachtel Delman has been involved in public relations, marketing, and branding for over two decades. Her expertise lies in using media exposure to raise awareness and increase revenues in companies where she has worked in-house or as a consultant. She has been mentioned in Inc. magazine and the National Journal of Public Relations.

To find out how Amy can help your company grow, contact her by phone: 201-563-4614 or e-mail: amydelmanpr@verizon.net. Connect with Amy on Facebook and LinkedIn.

 

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Amy Delman Speaks to Woman 2 Woman Networking Group

Listen to  Amy Delman as she speaks to the Woman 2 Woman networking group of the North Essex Chamber of Commerce on “What Public Relations Can Do For Your Company.”

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PR Minute #7 – What Is a Social Media Advisory?

A social media advisory is a way to let online and hyper-local news sites know about happenings in a company, the marketplace, and the community.

It is similar to a press release in terms of layout. But it is not sent to what is considered the traditional press.

This is because of the consolidation of the newspapers, and all print vehicle as well as the rise of digital and online technology.

A social media advisory is easily shareable and is used in conjunction with social media in terms of posting links because it amplifies the message.

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PR Minute #6 – Why It’s Important For A Company To Be A Good Neighbor

Hi this is Amy Delman from Amy Delman Public Relations. Welcome to PR Minute. Today we are going to discuss “Why It’s Important For A Company To Be A Good Neighbor” in its surrounding communities.

Your company has resources and you could use those resources to help the community whether you sponsor little league, pop warner football, or if you hear that the community is having a problem such as pollution in a local river. You can actually build an exercise, a team building exercise, where members of your company go down and help the community achieve whatever goals they are wishing to achieve. Not only does this build moral within your own company, it lets the community know you as people and not just an organization. Most companies do good by doin​​g well and that’s something that you want your company to be known for.

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